Competition 2019 – Urban project Ordener Poissonniers Paris (18e)
ICADE (Promotion) ChartierDalix (Leader architect) Encore heureux (Associate architect) DATA (Associate architect) LATZ + PARTNER (Landscaping)
Java lot O7 received the Eiffel Award for Steel Architecture
Our Java project located in Zac Clichy Batignolles and built in collaboration with Emerige and Brenac & Gonzalez & Associé, won the Eiffel Steel Architecture Award 2019, initiated by ConstruirAcier, in the category “Work”.
Photography: Sergio Grazia
“Hosting life, Architecture as an ecosystem” Launch on October 2 at VOLUME
Chartier Dalix will present their first book of applied research on October 2 at 7.30 pm at the bookstore Volume. In this publication, six projects of the agency, along with the contributions of Philippe Clergeau, Aurélien Huguet, Audrey Muratet and Marion Waller, express this collaboration through a cross-fertilization of views on a new urban vision.
Publishing house: Park Books
Graphic design: Building Paris
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
Delivery of the Lourcine Barracks’s modernisation, University of Law Paris I
We have just delivered our project to restructure the Lourcine barracks, which hosts the University of Law-Paris I in the 13th district with EPAURIF.
The project aims to enhance this Parisian heritage through a detailed intervention that allows the existing spaces to be preserved as much as possible, and also to preserve the trace and history of the site.
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
Discussion “The Green City of tomorrow”, Versailles Architecture and Landscape Biennale
This Saturday June 22nd at 5pm, on the occasion of the Versailles Architecture and Landscape Biennale, Pascale Dalix and Sophie Deramond, from ChartierDalix, will discuss “The Green City of tomorrow”, with Jean-Christophe Nani (founding partner of TN+), and Aurélien Huguet (ecologist).
Delivery of Social and Private Housing (185 units), Quai de l’Aisne, Pantin (93)
We are pleased to present you our last delivery project with Emerige Residential, building of 185 housing units, located in Pantin (93). The large footprint of the site lot was an invitation to open up the heart of the block to the street, creating vistas and penetrating sight-lines.
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
“Horizon 2030” Biennial of architecture and landscape in Versailles
From May 3 to July 13, 2019, the “Horizon 2030” pavilion will showcase the Grand Paris Express’s ambition and projects in terms of architecture, landscape, design, culture and urban planning. For the first time, the public will be able to discover a hundred models presenting the 68 stations of the new metro.
The Pavilion is curated by the “2030 Group” composed of Ruedi Baur (designer), Frédéric Chartier and Pascal Dalix (architects), José-Manuel Gonçalvès (artistic director), Jean-Christophe Nani (landscape architect), Arnaud Passalaqua (historian ), Pierre Alain Trévelo (architect and urban planner) and Corinne Vezzoni (architect). The construction of the Pavilion is conducted under the artistic and cultural direction of José Manuel Gonçalvès.
For the duration of the Biennale, the “Horizon 2030” pavilion will host debates with architects, conferences and urban walks. Among these appointments, the “archibio” aperitifs of the Grand Paris Express every Saturday at 17 hours, workshops for children and adults on weekdays or weekends … and many other events.
MIPIM 2019 “Biodiversity in building construction” with Bordeaux Metropole
On Thursday, March 14 at 11:30 am, ChartierDalix will participate in a conference “Biodiversity in building construction” on the Magnetic Bordeaux stand, with Catherine Delaloy, Camille Uri, Topager, Alexandra François-Cuxac and Alain Bourdin.
Les Simonettes’s urban competition in Champigny-sur-Marne with TVK Architects
We won, with TVK Architects, the competition launched by Altarea Cogedim and nominated by Sadev94, for the construction of a mixed operation in the northern district of Les Simonettes in Champigny-sur-Marne (94). This open and green project is organized around a strong and coherent public space. In the middle, a north-south micro-centrality runs along the slope and is located at the heart of the project. The space between existing individual housing and future collective buildings represents a triple challenge: ecological, use and mobility.
Team: Altarea Cogedim, Pitch Promotion, TVK Architectes, OLM Paysagistes, Le Grand Réservoir, CET, Altia, RR&A, ZenPark, Evengreen, Topager, Apiterra, Egreen, 2EI Veolia, Eléments Ingénierie, Etamine, Les Compagnons du Tour de France, Logirep, Groupe Renault, le Groupe SOS, Anticafé
Image credit: ZOA 3d
Gabriel Peri housing nominated to the Frame Awards 2019
The housing project Gabriel Péri located in Saint-Denis (92), designed in collaboration with Emerige, has been selected to the final list for the Frame Awards 2019, in the category Co-living complex. You can support this project until February 18.
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
The Renault Design Technocentre selected to the German Design Awards 2019
We are proud to announce you that the Renault technocentre in Guyancourt, designed in collaboration with Briand & Berthereau Studio, has been selected to the German Design Awards 2019, with the special mention “Excellent communications design”, in the category Architecture. Thanks again to Renault’s teams for their involvement throughout the project.
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
Meeting with ChartierDalix during the Architecture Festival «La Tête dans les Étoiles »
For this second edition, ChartierDalix is pleased to join the architecture festival «La Tête dans les Étoiles», which will be held from October 19 to 27, at the Jeanne Hachette Center in Ivry-sur-Seine (92). Around the thematic «Architecture and Nature», the festival offers eight days of rich and varied programming, alternating talks, creative workshops, visits, urban walks, exhibitions, ephemeral installations, artistic performances, photo contest or outside workshops. This event will allow the public to rediscover the Rosalind Franklin School, and to meet Frédéric Chartier and Pascale Dalix during a talk about the biodiversity.
Reservation recommended, limited places.
Launch of the works of line 16 of the Grand Paris Express on 7 & 8 October 2018
On the occasion of the launch of the construction of line 16 of the new metro, the public is invited to KM4, a traveling event that will punctuate the month of October for three weekends.
Line 16 of the Grand Paris Express enters the track! As construction begins for three stations – Saint-Denis Pleyel, La Courneuve Six-Routes, Le Bourget RER three weekends of popular, artistic and festive gatherings will follow one another this fall:
With a program specific to each of these territories, this KM4 – KM is the name given to the highlights of the construction of the Grand Paris Express – will allow the general public to explore the reality of the sites, to learn about the new metro and to discover the models of the stations in exclusivity. Artistic performances, sports demonstrations, popular ball, concerts, site meals, exhibitions, urban walks … are on display, as well as educational workshops and meetings with the architects who design the stations of line 16.
Artistic direction: José Manuel Gonçalvès (with 104 CENTQUATRE, Manifesto and Eva Albarran & Co)
Meeting with Marc Barra and Audrey Muratet from the regional agency of biodiversity (ARB)
This week, ChartierDalix was pleased to welcome two speakers from the Regional Agency for Biodiversity, Marc Barra (ecologist) and Audrey Muratet (botanist). This meeting allowed us to discuss about a recurring theme in the elaboration of our projects, and developed in our research within the studio: the green roofs. The ARB-Idf is conducting a comprehensive study (GROOVES) on thirty roofs in Île-de-France. Especially on two of our projects, the planted roof of the Biodiversity School in Boulogne (92) and the Rosalind Franklin School in Ivry-sur-Seine (94).
Photography: Takuji Shimmura
Delivery of private housing (54 units) and retail, Gabriel Péri, Saint-Denis (93)
We are pleased to present you our last delivery project with Emerige, building of 54 dwellings and retail front of the Carmel, in Saint-Denis. Using a play of successive retreats in the front, the majority of apartments enjoy an outside space and are disposed with double orientations.
Photography : Takuji Shimmura
Exhibition « Habiter Plus Habiter Mieux » Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Since April 4th at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, a new exhibition dedicated to new ways of living presents two of our housing projects on going! We invite you to discover the two models exhibited for the occasion, Rue Damrémont Paris 18th with Altarea Cogedim and the Multi-layer City (Reinventing Paris) in the 17th with BNP Paribas Real Estate and Jacques Ferrier Architecture from a selection of parisian projects.
ChartierDalix, Architecture and Landscape at the Rentilly Cultural Park
Frédéric Chartier and Pascale Dalix will speak on Sunday, March 25 at 4 pm at the Cultural Park of Rentilly, it will discuss the integration of biodiversity in architectural projects and it’s integration into the landscape.
Limited places – booking recommended 01 60 35 46 72
Parc culturel de Rentilly
Espace des arts vivants
77600 Bussy Saint Martin
Java lot O7 Zac Clichy Batignolles received the ArchiDesignClub Awards 2018
We are very pleased to announce you our Java project located in Zac Clichy Batignolles and built in collaboration with Emerige and Atelier Brenac & Gonzalez & Associé won the ArchiDesignClub Awards 2018 in the category “Tertiary”.
“Social Housing” exhibition opening soon at the Centre for Architecture New York
February 15, 2018 – May 19, 2018
Across Europe, a new generation of architecture practices are transforming affordable housing. Responding to continued need, changing clients, and new funding methods, architects are once again addressing how homes can be delivered at scale while piloting new methods to achieve high standards of design.
Based on a 2017 publication of the same name, Social Housing captures some of the best and most innovative examples of not-for-profit housing at a critical juncture for the sector. Drawing together 25 European case studies by 20 practices, it looks at a range of building and dwelling typologies, emerging design approaches, and refurbishment strategies. Together, they offer a challenge to housing professionals and citizens in the US to rethink how we build and highlights the vital role of accessible, low-cost housing in the life and function of our cities.
Across Europe there is no common definition of ‘social housing;’ the projects presented include public projects led by government or city authorities, philanthropic schemes led by charities, and collective schemes led by residents. Common to them all, however, is the idea that there are alternatives to purely market-orientated housing provision. Our brave new housing future will not be born out of siding with any single ideology or ethos, but rather through a variety of means and a shared determination by those willing and able to innovate, to improve, and to raise standards.
Related talks and events:
February 17 – Symposium, 1-4pm
March 20 – Panel Discussion, 6-8pm
May 8 – Panel Discussion, 6-8pm
Exhibition curated by Karakusevic Carson Architects featuring projects and contributions by:
Adam Khan Architects (UK), Assemble (UK), Avenier & Cornejo Architectes (France), Chartier Dalix (France), Hans van der Heijden (The Netherlands), Einszueins (Austria), Hawkins\Brown (UK), Haworth Tompkins Architects (UK), Karakusevic Carson Architects (UK), Lacaton & Vassal (France), LAN architecture (France), Mae (UK), Mecanoo (The Netherlands), Mikhail Riches Architects (UK), Mole (UK), muf architecture/art (UK), Niall McLaughlin Architects (UK), s333 architecture + Urbanism (UK), Sergison Bates architects (UK and CH), TVK (France), Witherford Watson Mann (UK) and zanderroth architeckten (Germany).
Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
Laureates of the competition “Destination Mérida”, Nice
The team led by the office Lambert Lénack and developed by Pitch Promotion, have won the consultative project Destination Mérida. The large-scale site “Destination Merida” aims to develop a programme that is at the heart of the ZAC Nice Mérida project. The operation organises around the public spaces and retail central to the new neighbourhood. The mixed programme of approximately 75% of housing, 10% of retail, 12% of hotels and 3% of offices, aim to create an attractive centre, animated and with a great urban and architectural quality.
Pitch Promotion, coordinationg developer/Eiffage Immobilier/SODES, management of retail spaces – Lambert Lénack, coordinating architect – Architectes : Sou Fujimoto, Chartier Dalix, Laisné-Roussel, Cino Zucchi, Anouk Matecki, Carta associés, et Alain Faragou paysagiste – Floor area: 71,650 m² NIA – Images: My Lucky Pixel
Video presentation of the Renault Design premises refurbishment
Inaugurated in 1996, the Renault technocentre in Guyancourt now accommodates around 12,000 people, making it the biggest research and development centre in France. The R*Generation project will rethink the work spaces for the entire design division. Our first premise is that today’s workspace can no longer just be an “environment”, but must also be seen as a work tool in itself. Our dual focus is on the notions of active confidentiality and co-visibility, while cultivating an almost domestic atmosphere, creating opportunities for privacy and spaces suitable for recentring. Concepts of comfort, pleasure and sharing help stimulate research and creativity.
Competition for logistics program ZAC Gare Ardoines Vitry sur Seine for Sogaris
Winner of the competition launched by Sogaris for a major logistics program, Zac Gare Ardoines, Vitry-sur-Seine, 20,000 m² of logistics, 10,000 m² of handicraft and small industry, 4,000 m² of offices and 6,000 m² of urban agriculture.
5B – Paris Rive Gauche Competition
5B – Paris Rive Gauche Competition for Semapa, mixed programme with a 4-star hotel, youth hostel, start-up incubator, and a restaurant with its own rooftop garden-grown produce. At its very center, this flexible building has a large multi-purpose hall, rich with a its own varied programme : exhibitions, bric-a-brac trading, art galleries, spaces for music festivals… Our T5B project is a small neighbourhood open to the city.
Team: Nexity, Egis, Terao et Sous les fraises.
Montparnasse Tower redesign exhibition at Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Discover the 7 proposals for the “Demain Montparnasse” international competition for the redesign of the Montparnasse Tower. The exhibition presents every project through models, 3D animated films, plans and architectural renderings, thus revealing the architects’ reflections and processes. Winner: Nouvelle AOM.
Invited teams: Studio Gang, Architecture Studio, Dominique Perrault Architecture, Mad Architects – Dgla, Oma (Office For Metropolitan Architecture), PLP Architecture.
The Nouvelle AOM team winner of the Demain Montparnasse international competition
We are particularly proud to announce that the Nouvelle AOM team won the “Demain Montparnasse” international competition for the Tour Montparnasse metamorphosis. Thank you to our partners Setec, Tess, Elioth, 8’18, Bellastock, Grahal, GVI, Lamoureux Acoustics, Maximum, Jérôme Sans, Base Design and to all those who helped us at the 44th floor of the Montparnasse Tower during those ten months of hard work. Thank you also to RSI Studio, Luxigon, ArteFactory et Ida+. Image: ©nouvelleAOM / Luxigon
Demain Montparnasse website , Project video, Nouvelle AOM website
ChartierDalix presents « Systèmes » (Entretiens de Chaillot)
We invite you to the Entretiens de Chaillot lecture «Systèmes», by Pascale Dalix and Frédéric Chartier, on Monday 18th September 2017, at 7 pm in the auditorium.
Nouvelle AOM selected for the third stage of the international architectural competition Demain Montparnasse
ChartierDalix received “Le Soufaché” Prize by the Academy of Architecture
We are proud to announce you that Chartier Dalix received “Le Soufaché” Prize for its whole work, by the French Academy of Architecture, as the recipient of the Silver Medal 2017.
FAIRE : Architecture and Biodiversity
Our research project “Architecture and Biodiversity: Imagine a new urban ecosystem” was selected along with 25 other projects for the Pavillon de l’Arsenal “FAIRE” call for proposals. Our team (ChartierDalix architects – Philippe Clergeau – Topager et Natureparif) offers to design new prototypes of façade elements, able to host biodiversity. We will also focus on the thermal performances of this project, in order to combine insulation and biodiversity.